How to Make a Pulley System?

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Make a pulley system using wire, a spool and rope. Attach the rope to the spool, then attach the other end to the object you want to lift. Use a piece of wire to hold the spool end of the rope so you can pull on it to lift the item. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4448722_make-pulley.html
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A pulley system is used to lift up heavy or large objects. These systems are often seen on construction sites. The pulley system has at least one pulley-sometimes more-and a rope.
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A double pulley system is simple. Instead of one wheel like the. single pulley system has, the double pulley system has two. wheels and carries more heavier loads than the single
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A pulley system consists of one or more pulleys and a rope or a cable used to lift large
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As far as I know the pully systems were used in building the old egyptian pyramids around 5000BC,more over in Europe they believe that the Hedge Stones in England was built using
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Pulley systems are amazing contraptions that make lifting heavy loads much easier. The pulleys should be set in place in a staggered arrangement and then the rope or string snaked through the pulley system.
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